Time for the Alabama Weekend Roundup. This weekly post highlights different and unique events across Alabama or near Alabama that you should consider attending. So for this weekend, here are six events you should consider going too!
June 1-2 – Rock The South – Heritage Park – Cullman, AL
April 27, 2011 was a day nobody in this area will ever forget. Tornadoes ripped across our great state and took precious lives and ripped apart everything familiar. Since then, our area has grown together and brought out the best in all of us. Originally intended to be a one-year celebration of recovery from that horrific day, Rock the South has continued to expand to become a massive celebration of this area and what it has to offer. Since the first event in 2012, Rock the South has given over $500,000 to multiple community partners including Cullman City Parks and Recreation, The Link of Cullman County, Cullman Caring for Kids and many more.
Learn more at: https://rockthesouth.com/
May 31 – June 3 – U.S. Women’s Open – Shoal Creek – Birmingham, AL
The USGA brings the world’s best golfers to the country’s best sports fans, to compete at historically proven venues. It is the ultimate test of golf for the best female players in the world.
June 2 – Alabaster CityFest – Alabaster Municipal Park – Alabaster, AL
One of the state’s largest FREE music and arts festivals, Alabaster CityFest features fun for everyone — various music artists covering a variety of genres (gospel, jazz, blues, country, rock, etc. A huge area for the kids – inflatables, kiddie rides, Lowes Build & Grow Workshop, Kids Music stage, K9 Dog Show, Arts & Crafts & more! Previous CityFest artists have included Scotty McCreery, Rodney Atkins, Vertical Horizon, Gin Blossoms, Travis Tritt, Craig Morgan, Sister Hazel, Loverboy, Everclear and many local favorites. FREE Admission and FREE Parking.
Learn more at: http://www.alabastercityfest.com/
June 2 – Summer on Main Street Festival – Roanoke, AL
Arts, Craft and Food Vendors, Live Entertainment, Games, and Fun for the Entire Family. The festival is held annually on the first Saturday in June.
June 1-2 – 50th Annual 911 Festival – Haleyville, AL
The 9-1-1 Festival Committee of the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce are pleased to again bring this community wide event to our area on June 1 & 2, 2018 and are soliciting your participation as a Sponsor of this 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Nation’s first 9-1-1 call.
June 2- 17th Annual June Fling – Oneonta, AL
The Annual June Fling is Oneonta’s summer festival of fun with over 100 booths (arts and crafts, retail, informational, food, and more), Kidz Fun Zone (trackless train, inflatables, petting zoo, and more), live music and singing competition, and classic car show.
Learn more at: http://www.oneontabusinessassociation.com/junefling2018.html
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